Veolia Water Technologies
250 Airside Drive, Airside Business Park
Moon Township, PA 15108
Contact: Carla Robinson
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with around 93,000 employees in more than90 countries and territories.
Amidst growing public concern and tightening regulation of water resources, exploration and production operators are seeking customized treatment solutions able to improve both environmental and bottom line performance. An array of water treatment technologies is available to meet widely varied oilfield conditions and needs.
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Devon Energy Corporation is an independent oil and gas exploration production company and one of North America’s larger processors of natural gas liquids.
Water treatment and steam generation are critical to in situ oil production. An oil sands producer in Northern Alberta, developing a new central process facility, required that the water treatment system use water efficiently to meet operational and sustainability objectives. The system supplied would need to maximize reuse of the treated produced water and minimize waste generated while providing quality water to the boilers for steaming.
The Senior Executive President of Veolia Water Technologies discusses how Veolia provides industries and municipalities sustainable solutions by Resourcing the world.
The world has to rethink its relationship with resources and come up with new social and economic growth models that are more efficient, better balanced and more sustainable.
The process of fracking produces heavily-contaminated wastewater, or produced water. This video shows how ceramic ultrafiltration membranes can treat produced water for reuse in future fracking operations, for irrigation, or for discharge to a receiving stream.
According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report, water crises will be a major risk for businesses over the next 10 years. Veolia’s True Cost of Water decision-making-tool can be applied to evaluate the financial opportunities behind new water management strategies.
Learn more about the largest operating SAGD Produced Water Evaporation system currently operating in Alberta. This system, based on Veolia's HPD® Evaporation and Crystallization technology, produces 854 m³/hr of Boiler Feed Water.
For over 160 years, Veolia has been helping industries and municipalities worldwide manage, optimize and make the most of their resources, especially water. Veolia is committed to providing design solutions to provide, protect and replenish natural resources.
Water is an essential part of oil and gas field production. Veolia Water Technologies offers over 350 proprietary technologies and processes for water treatment that can enhance oil recovery for a variety of oil & gas extraction methods. Veolia provides expertise and experience in water and wastewater treatment for upstream onshore and offshore oil and gas exploration and development.
We ensure our clients the best possible solutions to supply high quality water, treat or reuse wastewater, produce or recover energy, extract raw materials and capitalize on by products.
Veolia’s focus is always on the customer’s specific goals, which may include:
Our research and development combined with years of experience ensure that our offerings provide the latest technological improvements in reliable, proven systems to meet the ever-evolving challenges of economical oil and gas production operations. Our design-build services ensure safety, quality and on-time project delivery.
Veolia is the only water treatment company that offers Design-Build-Operate-Guarantee (DBOG) project delivery contracts that ensure continuous process optimization, cost controls and performance guarantees for the long term.